As part our College Q & A guide, we decided to ask your questions to the the experts. Here are their answers.
Nancy Milne, Owner, Milne Collegiate Consulting
Most student do take work study very seriously but no enough to secure such position as early as possible. it is the best way of earning in college. on the other hand, if you have time to work online you may need certifications and licenses to do so. work at local stores is also not too bad especially the ones that can provide your meals.
Reecy Aresty, College Admissions/Financial Aid Expert & Author, Payless For College, Inc.
There are usually plenty of jobs to be had on college campuses and the local businesses around the town. Whether you are washing dishes in the dining hall, waiting tables at a restaurant, serving at catered events on campus or working as a resident assistant in the dorms; there is money to be earned. Keep your eyes and ears open and you will learn about all kinds of opportunities for employment. Some jobs will work better with a student schedule, some will pay better, and some may be only available to those on Work Study status. Regardless, studies show that the busier you are, the more efficient you are with your time. So find time for work and you’ll enjoy having some extra change in your pocket!
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